San Diego Business Litigation Attorneys
Well-Informed Counsel & Insightful Guidance for Businesses In California
Allen, Semelsberger & Kaelin LLP experience covers a broad range of business issues — issues you’ll
encounter if you are a small- to mid-sized business owner, part of an
LLC or LLP, or involved in a joint venture. Ensuring these matters are
resolved effectively and favorably requires the assistance of skilled,
well-informed legal professionals. Our
team of business litigation lawyers in San Diego serves clients throughout
California and has the experience and insight to help you navigate even
the most confusing matters related to business law.
Contact our office at
(888) 998-2031 to learn how our business litigation attorneys in San Diego can provide
well-informed legal counsel for your business matters. We have over 30
years of experience!
What is Business Law?
Generally speaking, business litigation deals with all areas of business
practice under the legal umbrella. Business law (or commercial law) is
often considered as a branch of civil law and deals with the legal workings
of hiring employees, the sale of goods, contracts, and more. As a business
owner, it can be hard enough to keep a business afloat, let alone handle
all of the legal nuances on your own, for this reason, a business lawyer
from our firm may be your best option!
Our areas of practice include:
- Agreements and Contracts
- Licensing and technology agreements
- Purchase, sale, and distribution contracts
- Employment, vendor, and partnership contracts
- Non-disclosure issues
- Breach of contract
- Distribution problems
- Partnership or shareholder disputes
- Title, landlord, or tenant disputes
- Trade secrets
- Trademark, patent, and copyright matters
- Breach of warranty
- Product liability
- Lost income and profits
WHY SHOULD YOU HIRE A BUSINESS LAW ATTORNEY?
Hiring a business litigation attorney has numerous benefits whether you
are maintaining a business or just starting out. They guide you through
the legal hardships that may present themselves. They will assist with
Counsel if you are in a lawsuit
Assistance with law violations
Negotiating for a business sale on your behalf
Guidance through contracts
We understand that business law can be perplexing. The San Diego business
attorney at Allen, Semelsberger & Kaelin LLP is here to help guide
you through the process. Give us a call today to schedule a consultation.
What Should Be Included in a Business Contract?
When drafting a business contract, it is important to keep a few ideas
in mind. Remember to use language that is detailed and clear -- being
too ambiguous may leave room for loopholes or misinterpretations of the
contract. Be sure to cover all types of possible situations that may arise
-- a contingency plan for all scenarios is ideal for ensuring that your
business continues to be up and running no matter what.
Other tips for writing a business contract:
- Get your contract in writing. A written contract is your best option in
ensuring that all parties understand what the terms are.
- Use language that is understood by all parties.
- Be detailed about the rights and obligations of all parties
- All parties will have access to your trade secrets -- include a clause
that stops them from sharing this information
- Include a section that discusses how the contract will be terminated
Contact the Attorneys at Allen, Semelsberger & Kaelin LLP To Get Started!
From creating legally sound business contracts to pursuing litigation and
handling disputes, Allen, Semelsberger & Kaelin LLP has the
experience and knowledge to assist with nearly any business law issue you will encounter. We have
helped new businesses get started, negotiated with hospitals and insurance
companies on behalf of medical partnerships, and successfully covered
all areas of real estate transactions and litigation.
Whatever your specific needs may be, expect to receive quality service
paired with personalized attention when you call our San Diego business
Begin by telling us more about your legal concerns in a
free evaluation. Speak with a business litigation lawyer in San Diego today.